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Manual# 1100268

Users Manual

DCU 410/408 410/408 Engine Control Unit RP 410 Remote Panel

FW 2.3 2.3

Table of Content
GENERAL INFORMATION ..................................... 3 ABOUT THIS MANUAL.............................................. 3 400 SERIES OVERVIEW ............................................ 3 Available Modules ......................................... 3 Ordering Information .................................... 4 DOCUMENT INFORMATION ....................................... 5 Valid Versions ................................................ 5 Manual Revisions .......................................... 5 Copyrights and Trademarks .......................... 5 Contact Information ...................................... 5 DCU 410 OPERATION........................................... 7 CONFIGURATIONS ................................................... 7 BUTTONS .............................................................. 7 SCREEN LAYOUT ..................................................... 7 STATUS BAR SYMBOLS.............................................. 8 Automatic Mode............................................ 8 Emergency Mode........................................... 8 Manual Mode ................................................ 8 Harbor Mode ................................................. 8 Shutdown Override ........................................ 8 Service ........................................................... 8 All OK ............................................................. 8 START ENGINE ....................................................... 9 Latched Start ................................................. 9 Hold Start ...................................................... 9 E-Start ............................................................ 9 STOP ENGINE ....................................................... 10 Latched Stop ................................................ 10 Hold Stop ..................................................... 10 ALARM LIST ......................................................... 11 Indication..................................................... 11 Enter the Alarm List ..................................... 11 Filter Alarms ................................................ 11 Silence the Buzzer ........................................ 11 Acknowledge a single alarm........................ 11 Acknowledge all alarms............................... 12 Further reading............................................ 12 SOFTBUTTONS...................................................... 12 Softbuttons in Instrument View ................... 12 MENU ................................................................ 14 Settings ........................................................ 14 Log & Counters ............................................ 18 General Information Screen Backlight .......................................... 20 Help ............................................................. 20 VERSION INFORMATION ......................................... 24 RP 410 OPERATION ............................................ 25 INTRODUCTION .................................................... 25 SCREEN LAYOUT ................................................... 25 STATUS BAR SYMBOLS............................................ 26 START ENGINE ..................................................... 26 E-Start .......................................................... 27 STOP ENGINE ....................................................... 27 ALARM LIST ......................................................... 28 Enter the Alarm List ..................................... 28 Silence the Buzzer ........................................ 28 Acknowledge a single alarm........................ 28 Acknowledge all alarms............................... 28 Active Station indication in the Alarm List ... 28 Filter Alarms ................................................ 28 MENU ................................................................ 30 Active Station .............................................. 30 Settings ........................................................ 31 Log & Counters ............................................ 32 Camera ........................................................ 33 Backlight ...................................................... 33 Help ............................................................. 33 THE ALARM LIST ................................................ 36 Severity number........................................... 36 Bold text ...................................................... 36 Background colors ....................................... 36 Sample events ............................................. 37

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General Information
About this Manual
This manual has been published primarily for professionals and qualified personnel. The user of this material is assumed to have basic knowledge in marine systems. Note! Note! Auto-Maskin continuously upgrades its products and reserves the right to make changes and improvements without prior notice. All information in this manual is based upon information at the time of printing. For updated information, please contact your local distributor.

RP 410 Remote Panel

The following is a brief explanation of the different modules.

DCU 410/408 Engine Control Units


The DCU 410 and DCU 408 are engine monitoring and control units. One panel is required for each engine. The DCU 410 has a color screen, and buttons for user interaction. The DCU 408 does not have screen or buttons, and is intended for use with remote panels. Note! The DCU 410 and DCU 408 will hereafter be referred to as the DCU only. If functionality differs between the two, this will be noted.

SDU 410 Safety Unit


The SDU 410 is the safety module, and is linked to the DCU engine control unit. It is mandatory in classed installations that are to be type approved. When connected to the SDU link of a DCU, the DCU will detect it automatically.

400 Series Overview


AVAILABLE MODULES
These are some of the main modules available in the 400 series: DCU 410 Engine Control Unit DCU 408 Engine Control Unit, without user interface SDU 410 Safety Unit RIO 410 I/O Expansion Unit RIO 412 Exhaust Temperature Unit

RIO 410 I/O Expansion Unit


The RIO 410 is an I/O expansion unit, and is linked to the DCU. A maximum of four RIO units can be connected to one DCU. When connected to the RIO link of a DCU, the DCU will detect it automatically.
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General Information

RIO 412 Exhaust Temperature Unit


The RIO 412 is an expansion unit with 20 thermocouple channels. The operator can read individual cylinder temperatures, as well as average values. When connected, the DCU detects it automatically and adds a new page to its configuration.

ORDERING INFORMATION
The following articles are available in the 400 Series.

Item DCU 410 Engine Control Unit DCU 408 Engine Control Unit RIO 410 I/O Expansion Unit RIO 425 Generator Interface Unit

Article # 1006450 1006455 1006453 1006409 1006454 1006451 1006452 1121341 1050165

RP 410 Remote Panel


The RP 410 is the remote panel for the DCU engine panels. Numerous RP remote panels can be connected together in the same Ethernet network. One RP 410 can be connected to a maximum of eight DCU units. When an RP 410 remote panel is connected on the Ethernet link to one or several DCU units, the RP can update its configuration automatically.

RIO 412 Exhaust Monitoring Unit SDU 410 Safety Unit RP 410 Remote Panel Unit MK-14 Relay Expansion Ethernet Switch, 5 channels, 24V supply, DIN-rail CAN Cable IP Camera

1009110 1121258

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General Information

Document Information
VALID VERSIONS
This Users Manual is valid for the following firmware releases onwards of the DCU and RP only.

COPYRIGHTS AND TRADEMARKS


Copyright Auto-Maskin AS, 2012. Information given in this document may change without prior notice. This document should not be copied without written permission from AutoMaskin. All trademarks acknowledged.

DCU 410/408 RP 410

Firmware 2.3 Firmware 2.3

MANUAL REVISIONS
The revision of this manual is as follows.

CONTACT INFORMATION
See the website to locate the nearest
May 2012 2 Update for fw. release 2.3

Printed Revision Revised

distributor. www.auto-maskin.com

General Information

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Configurations
The behavior of the DCU 410 depends heavily on its configuration. For instance, the start/stop buttons can be configured as latched, meaning the DCU completes the start/stop cycle once the button is pressed, or it can be configured as hold-to, meaning the operator must keep the button pressed until the engine has started or stopped. The configuration of the DCU is not part of this document.

Screen Layout
The screen is divided into three main sections from the top and downwards as follows:

Status bar

Main screen area

Softbutton bar

Status bar
Top-most line on the screen, which is reserved for engine state (left) and status symbols (right). The status bar flashes in the event of an alarm.

Buttons
The DCU has ten buttons for the following: Engine Start Engine Stop Display/Hide Alarm List Display/Hide Menu Menu navigation with arrow up/down Four softbuttons with screendependent functionality

Main screen area


This is where all instruments and menu items are displayed.

Softbutton bar
Bottom-most line on the screen, which is reserved for softbuttons. These have varying functionality depending on the current screen.

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Status bar symbols


These are the symbols in the top-right area of the status bar. Several symbols may be visible simultaneously.

The Exception is overspeed, which is not disabled.

MANUAL MODE
The DCU does not accept automatic start- and stop commands. Local start and stop is possible.

DCU is in automatic or

emergency mode.
DCU is in manual mode.

HARBOR MODE
This mode is available only if the DCU is configured as a Combined Harbor/Emergency set. Shutdown channels are enabled.

DCU is in local mode.

DCU is in harbor mode. DCU is in shutdown override mode. A service interval is past due. All OK. (no alarms)

Automatic start/stop is disabled.

SHUTDOWN OVERRIDE
All channels configured as shutdown will give alarm only. The exception is overspeed, which is enabled.

SERVICE AUTOMATIC MODE


The DCU is ready to accept automatic start- and stop commands. Local start- and stop is possible. A service interval is past due.

ALL OK
There are no alarms in the alarm list.

EMERGENCY MODE
This mode is available only if the DCU is configured as a Combined Harbor/Emergency set. Channels configured as shutdown will not give an engine shutdown, but indicate with an alarm only.

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Start Engine
The start button can be configured as

latched or hold. It will always be the


same as the stop button, though.

LATCHED START
If the button is configured as latched, press the start button, observe the confirmation dialog, and press the softbutton Start to start. The DCU will complete the start sequence. Note! Activating E-Start will override any configured Prelube and also set Shutdown Override. The engine will start immediately, and run in a Shutdown Override mode setting. If necessary, the operator can switch off Shutdown Override mode once the engine has started.

HOLD START
If the start button is configured as

hold, press and hold the start button


until the engine has started. There will be no confirmation dialog.

E-START
If the DCU is configured for it, an Emergency Start option is available in the Start dialog. See the previous picture.

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Stop Engine
The stop button can be configured as

latched or hold. It will always be the


same as the start button, though.

LATCHED STOP
If the button is configured as latched, press the stop button, observe the confirmation dialog, and press the stop softbutton to start. The DCU will complete the stop sequence.

HOLD STOP
If the stop button is configured as

hold, press and hold the stop button


until the engine has stopped. There will be no confirmation dialog.

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Alarm List
INDICATION
Whenever there is a new event in the alarm list, the DCU indicates as follows: Buzzer oscillates Alarm list LED flashes The screen status bar flashes

FILTER ALARMS
The alarm list can filter alarms in three groups All Alarms (all alarms and diagnostics) Panel Alarms (all alarms, no diagnostics) Diagnostics (diagnostics only)

To switch between the different views, press the corresponding softbutton 2 and/or softbutton 3.

Note! The color of the flashing LED and status bar is either yellow (warning) or red (alarm or shutdown) depending on the most severe unacknowledged event in the list.

SILENCE THE BUZZER


If the buzzer sounds, press the alarm list button to silence the buzzer.

ENTER THE ALARM LIST


To see the alarm list, press the alarm list button. Press the button again to leave the alarm list.

If the alarm list is currently not displayed, then this operation will display the alarm list. If the alarm list is displayed, then pressing the alarm list button to silence the buzzer will not exit the alarm list.

ACKNOWLEDGE A SINGLE
ALARM
In the alarm list, select the alarm to be acknowledged using the arrow buttons. Note that the selected alarm line will The above picture indicates a warning in the alarm list. expand to reveal additional information, if any.

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Press the Acknowledge button to acknowledge the selected alarm.

Softbuttons
The DCU has four softbuttons, see picture below.

These are located at the bottom of the screen, and changes depending on the actual screen.

SOFTBUTTONS IN INSTRUMENT VIEW


There are four functions assigned to

ACKNOWLEDGE ALL ALARMS


In the alarm list, press and hold (~1 sec) the Acknowledge button. This acknowledges all alarms. Note that alarms that are still active will stay displayed in the screen until they go inactive.

the softbuttons in instrument view. These four functions are also available elsewhere in the menu.

Language
Note that there are two pages to select from in the Language menu.

FURTHER READING
For an explanation around the use of colors and bold text in the alarm list, see the chapter on page 36.

Select the desired language and press the Ok button.

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Backlight
Select the desired backlight intensity.

Mode
Select the mode of operation.

Note that if 10% is selected, the menu will still be using 50% backlight.

Automatic Mode
The DCU accepts external automatic start- and stop commands, as well as remote start- and stop commands.

Units
Select the preferred unit of measure.

Manual
The DCU does not accept external start- and stop commands. It does accept remote start- and stop commands.

Local
The DCU does not accept any external commands. Local start- and stop commands are accepted. Press the Ok button to select.

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Menu
Press the menu button to access the menu.

Prelube Override
Set active to override prelube. If selecting Prelube Override during a prelube sequence, the prelube will be cancelled and the DCU will continue to crank the engine.

Button Beep
Set to disabled to not have the internal buzzer beep for every button press.

Language
Select the language. All internal messages are ready translated. All

SETTINGS
Note that the settings menu has two pages.

configured signals must be translated in the configuration. If a signal does not have a text description in the selected language, then the English language will be used. If the signal does not have an English text description either, then the

channel name will be used, eg. 420mA channel #1.

Units
Select the units of operation, Metric or

Mode
Select the mode of operation. This is discussed on page 13.

U.S. Metric (Celsius, bar, etc), or U.S. (Fahrenheit, psi, etc)

Note that the selection is local to this

Start Disabled
Set active to disable all starts, also local start. Note! Note! It is recommended to remove the start battery connection before any maintenance work on the engine.
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panel only.

Wallpaper
Set the wallpaper (background image) for instruments, menus and popups respectively.
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Engine Overspeed Test


In this mode, the engine can be tested for overspeed by lowering the overspeed setpoint to nominal speed.

IP-address range Matching IP


To connect a PC to the DCU, the IPaddress (IP number) of the PC or laptop must be in the same range as the IP-address of the DCU. Often, the IP-address in a laptop is not available to change by the user due to company policy. Whenever the laptop is connected in a network, it is given a new IP-address. Normally, the laptop is given a new IPaddress whenever it connects to the network at work. This scheme is called dynamic IP-address. This given IP-address may not match that of the DCU though. For this purpose, the DCU has an inbuilt server component, which resembles that of the company network, and gives the laptop an IPaddress that matches the DCU. On the top of this form is the DCUs current IP-address. The next lines display a start- and end IP-address. This is the range the DCUs DHCP server will scan.

Activate
Make sure the engine is not running. The Overspeed Test mode cannot be entered on a running engine. Note that the overspeed setpoint has been lowered by observing the red are on the RPM meter. Start the engine and adjust rpm until it crosses the red labeled setpoint. Observe engine shutdown.

Deactivate
The Overspeed Test times out after 5 minutes, or when an actual overspeed situation is observed. The test can also be turned off by selecting the menu item again.

Connect a PC
To connect to the DCU, an Ethernet cable and a PC or laptop is necessary.

Connect the cable


Connect a standard CAT5 ethernet cable between the laptop Ethernet port and the DCU Ethernet port (COM 6).

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Make sure the DCU IP-address is

Administration
This menu gives access to the next level of menus, and is not discussed in this manual. A four digit pin-code is needed to access the menu.

outside the DHCP Start- and End IPaddress range, by setting the start IP higher or the end IP lower than the DCU IP-address. For the example in the figure above, a Start IP of 192.168.0.110 is OK, whilst a Start IP of 192.168.0.105 is not. When the range is fine, press the OK button. The DCUs server will now give a new IP-address to any laptop connected to the DCU within the next 10 minutes (timeout period). The laptop keeps the new IP-address even after the 10 minute timeout, which is fine.

Interface Design
Up to four extra instrument screens can be added by the user. Note! The webserver can also be used to add new user screens.

The screen layout


Each screen is built up as follows. Each screen has a template. There are multiple templates to choose from, and each screen can have a different template. A template is divided into rectangles called slots. A slot is simply a placeholder for a widget. A Widget can be a circular dial, a horizontal bargraph, a numerical value, etc. To be used, the widget must fit into the slot.

Connect to the PC
When the above exercise is done, connect to the DCU by typing the DCU IP-address into the browsers URL field.

The above picture is representative for a typical successful login.

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Add a user screen


Press Insert new.

Use the arrow up/dn buttons to select a slot (indicated with a bold rectangle around it). Select Pick Signal. Pick a signal from the list of configured signals, for instance Engine Speed.

Use the up/down arrow buttons to select a suitable template. Press OK, then Save.

Now, press arrow buttons up/dn again to select another slot, and repeat the process. Press softbutton 4 when finished.

Observe the new screen. Press the arrow buttons to cycle Now, press Slot Design and Edit View. between screens.

Delete a user screen


First, select the menu item Interface Design. Using the arrow up/dn buttons, select the screen to be deleted. Press the Delete button to delete the screen.

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LOG & COUNTERS


The engine running hours are available in this menu. Events and service intervals are also available.

Since Start
This counter starts at zero every time the engine is started, and counts until the engine is stopped. This counter value cannot be reset by the operator.

Since Reset
This counter accumulates every time the engine is running. Press the Reset button to clear the Since Reset values.

Idle Hours
The idle hours counter counts whenever the engine is running below 600 rpm.

Counters
The Counters page display engine running hours.

Event Log
The DCU keeps a log of all events. The log is about 500 events long, after which the oldest event is lost. Note! Using the web server, the entire log can be downloaded.

Total
The total accumulated engine hours. Depending on the configuration, the value is calculated in the DCU, or read from the ECM. This counter value cannot be reset by the operator.

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An event is defined as any diagnostic, warning alarm or engine shutdown situation, but also certain user interaction such as start- and stop button.

Event Sorting
The events can be sorted as follows: Oldest first Most severe first Least severe first Count The Service Done operator event appears in the event log.

Navigation
Use the up and down arrow to navigate in the event log.

Timestamp Timest amp


The selected event will be expanded, and the second line displays the running hours when the event triggered. For alarms, the second line will also display the running hours for the acknowledged and inactive events.

Engine Service Interval


Four different service intervals can be configured. The DCU indicates with a warning when a service is past due.

Next Service Interval


Press the Tab button to see the next service interval.

Service Done
Press this button when the service has been completed. The counter restarts.
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SCREEN BACKLIGHT
Select the desired backlight intensity.

HELP
The help menu has information about the panel and troubleshooting information.

Note that if 10% is selected, the DCU will still switch to 50% backlight intensity while in the menu.

Troubleshooting
The DCU has a comprehensive troubleshooting screen for the DCU, and also for each of the optional expansion units.

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Troubleshooting DCU
Note that there are two troubleshooting screens for the DCU. Below is screen one.

Switch
For each of the eight switch channels, this section indicates if the switch is open (0V) or closed (24V input).

Supply
The two power supplies are listed, with information about voltage and supply selection.

If for instance the troubleshooting screen indicates open, and there is a 24V signal connected to the input channel, then that input channel is broken.

4-20mA
There are four channels on the DCU.

The DCU automatically select its power from either the primary or the secondary supply. In the above example, the secondary supply is low, so the DCU selected the primary power. For each of the channels, there is an indication for: Value, in configured unit (if any)

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Value, in mA Broken wire (if <2mA) Short circuit (if >25mA) Channel in use or not

Communication
This section lists communication status for communication ports COM 1 to COM 6.

PT100
There are four channels on the DCU.

Output
This lists the output status on DCU For each of the channels, there is an indication of: Value, in configured unit (if any) Faulty channel Channel in use or not terminals 63 to 84.

If for instance terminal 81 indicates Active (24V) but a voltmeter indicates that there is no 24V on terminal 81, then that output channel is faulty.

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Input
This lists the input status on DCU terminal 86 to 97.

Button Test
This option makes it possible to test that all DCU buttons work.

If for instance DCU terminal 89 is measured to 24V, but the troubleshooting screen for that channel indicates Inactive, then that input channel is faulty.

To leave the test, press and hold button Func 2, then press button Func 4.

Run Sources
A number of different sources can be configured to indicate for the DCU that the engine is running.

This page indicates which source is giving the DCU a running engine indication.

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Version Information
This displays the firmware number of the DCU, and also the IP-address.

Press the Details button to see further software component versions.

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RP 410 Operation
Introduction
The RP 410 is a remote panel for DCUs in the 200 and 400 series. It can monitor and control up to eight DCUs.

Screen Layout
The screen is divided into three main sections:

Status bar
The upper bar on the screen is the status bar. It displays engine status on the lefthand side, and status indication symbols on the right-hand side.

Home
The small Home button always displays the first page of instruments. If the RP is connected to more than one DCU, then the Home button displays the engine overview to select an engine first. Note! Long-press (~1 sec) the Home button is a shortcut to the main menu.

Softbutton bar
The bottom bar on the screen is reserved for softbuttons. Softbuttons change depending on the current screen.

Main screen area


This is where all instruments and menu icons are displayed.

Alarm List
Press this button to enter/leave the alarm list.
Status bar

Start
Press this button to initiate the start procedure.

Main screen area

Stop
Press this button to initiate the stop procedure.

Softbutton bar

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Status bar symbols


These are the symbols in the top-right area of the status bar. Several symbols may be visible simultaneously.

Start Engine
Press the Start button. The Start Engine dialog as shown below or similar is displayed.

DCU is in automatic or emergency mode. DCU is in manual mode. DCU is in local mode. DCU is in harbor mode. DCU is in shutdown

override mode.
Service past due on one of the DCUs. All OK on all DCUs. (no alarms) This RP is not the active station for any of the connected DCUs. This RP is the active station for at least one - but not all the connected DCUs. This RP is the active station for all connected DCUs.

Select the engine(s) to start by selecting them on the touch screen, and then observe the following dialog.

Now, press the Start button again to start the selected engine(s). Note! If the DCU is not configured for a latched start sequence, then it is necessary to hold the start button until the engine has started.

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E-START
If the DCU is configured for it, an Emergency Start option is available in the Start dialog. See the previous picture.

Stop Engine
Press the Stop button. The Stop Engine dialog as shown below or similar is displayed.

Select the engine(s) to stop by Note! Activating E-Start will override any configured Prelube and also set Shutdown Override. The engine will start immediately, and run in a Shutdown Override setting. The operator can switch off Shutdown Override once the engine has started. selecting them on the touch screen, and then observe the following dialog.

Now, press the Stop button again to stop the selected engine(s). Note! If the DCU is not configured for a latched stop sequence, then it is necessary to hold the stop button until the engine has stopped.

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Alarm List
ENTER THE ALARM LIST
Press the Alarm List button to enter the alarm list.

ACKNOWLEDGE A SINGLE
ALARM
First, select the alarm to be acknowledged by touching it on the screen. Note that it will expand to reveal additional information, if any. Press the Acknowledge button to acknowledge the selected alarm.

ACKNOWLEDGE ALL ALARMS


In the alarm list, press and hold (1 sec) the Acknowledge button. Press the Alarm List button again to leave the alarm list. The star before the engine name indicates this RP is the active station for that engine. The yellow dot in the Alarm Views button indicates some filtering is active. This acknowledges all alarms. Note! Alarms that are still active will stay displayed in the screen until they go inactive. They will have a grey background.

ACTIVE STATION INDICATION IN THE ALARM LIST


If a star is displayed just before the engine name as in the picture above it means this RP is the active station for that engine. Note! The RP must be the active station for a certain engine to be able to acknowledge alarms on it.

SILENCE THE BUZZER


If the buzzer sounds, press the alarm list button to silence the buzzer. If the alarm list is currently not displayed, then this operation will display the alarm list. If the alarm list is displayed, pressing the alarm list button to silence the buzzer will not exit the alarm list.

FILTER ALARMS
The RP can receive alarms from up to eight different DCU panels. If alarm filtering is desirable, there are two buttons for this purpose: Engine Views (softbutton #2)
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Alarm Views (softbutton #3)

Note! Note! A yellow dot in the button indicates that a filter is applied. See the button Alarm Views in the picture above for an example.

Alarm Views
Press Alarm Views to filter alarm types from the DCU panels.

Engine Views
Press Engine Views for an engine filter selection.

Panel Alarms
This selection filters away diagnostic alarms from the ECM1, and displays all other alarms. This lists all engines the RP is connected to, and also This Station and All.

ECM Diagnostics
This selection filters away all alarms but the diagnostic messages and alarms coming from the engine ECM.

This Station
This selection will display alarms built into the RP panel only, and not any of the alarms originating from the DCU.

All
No filtering; all alarms from all sources are displayed.

Engine Name
Press any of the engine names to display alarms from this engine only. All other engines and also RP panel alarms are suppressed.

Further reading
For an explanation on the use of colors and bold text in the alarm list, see the chapter The Alarm List.

All
No filtering; all alarms from all sources are displayed.
1

ECM = Electronic Control Module

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Menu
There are two ways of accessing the main menu. In instrument view: Press the softbutton 1 Menu button. Press the middle of the screen and hold for ~1 sec. Press the home button for ~1 sec.

Request the Active Station status


If the RP is not the active station for a certain engine, then a request can be sent to the RP with the current active station status. Select the desired engine and then select Request. Note! If there is exactly one RP in the network, it may initially not be the active station. Select it once. The current selection is stored, also after

Upon entering the menu, the previously used menu item is selected.

reboot.

ACTIVE STATION
The dialog displays all the engines the RP is connected to. This RP is the active station for the engine(s) marked with a star.

Release the Active Station status


A DCU that is currently the active station on this RP (marked with a star) can be released, so that other RPs can take it. Select the engine that is to be released, then press the Release button.

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SETTINGS
This Setting menu has a subset of less used user settings.

Button Beep
Toggle this to enable or disable the button beeps.

Sound Configuration
The RP panels has inbuilt speakers for

Units
Select to toggle between Metric and U.S. units on this panel.

alarm- and notification sounds. Select to use the speakers or the inbuilt buzzer for audible feedback. Note! The 3.5 mm line out output on the rear lid can be connected to external speakers if necessary.

Calibrate Touch
Select to re-calibrate the touch screen, is necessary.

Language
Select the appropriate RP operator language.

Wallpaper
Select a wallpaper/background for each of Instrument, Menus and Popups.

Sound
The Sound option controls audible notifications. Select between the inbuilt buzzer or the inbuilt speakers. All texts internal to the RP are translated.

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All texts internal in the DCU are translated, however user configured channels must be translated during commissioning of the DCU.

Dual Screen
If the screen is divided in two, the left pane displays engine #1, and the right pane displays engine #2. Access to other engines is from the Previous/Next buttons.

Home Page Layout


The Home page is accessed by pressing the Home button, and is the top level in the instrument hierarchy.

Quad Screen
If the screen is divided into four rectangles, the top left quadrant displays engine #1, the top right quadrant displays engine #2, and the bottom left quadrant displays engine #3. If there are 4-8 engines installed, the access to these engines will be from the Previous/Next buttons.

Administration
The Home page can use the entire screen for a single engine, or it can be divided into two or four rectangles. Each rectangle then represents instruments for one engine. For instance, if there are three engines connected to the RP, one can choose the following layout: This is the submenu for accessing administrative configuration, and is not discussed in this manual.

Single Screen
The Home button displays the engine with the lowest IP-address (usually engine #1). Access to other engines will be from the Previous/Next buttons.

LOG & COUNTERS


The counters page displays engine running hours for all the engines.

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Note! Depending on the configuration, these values originate from the engine J1939 CAN bus or the DCU internally accumulated values.

CAMERA
The RP panel can be connected to up to four IP-cameras.

Touch the picture to expand it to fill the entire screen.

Counters
This page displays the Total, Since Start and Since Reset values from each engine.

Touch the picture again to reduce the size.

BACKLIGHT
Select between different screen backlight settings. 10% backlight intensity 50% backlight intensity 100% backlight intensity Automatic varies automatically between 10% and 100% intensity. Night Mode switches off the backlight completely, and also switches off LEDs. For any user interaction or alarm, the panel behaves as in Automatic.

Event Log
This displays the event log for the selected engine as from the RP panel itself.

Engine Service Interval


This displays the upcoming service intervals for the selected engine.

HELP
Select Troubleshooting or Version Information.
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Troubleshooting
This is for troubleshooting communication and panel I/O.

Panels listed in parenthesis are detected on the network but not configured connected to this RP.

Inputs
See status for RP panel inputs.

Outputs
See status for RP panel outputs.

Communication
See status for RP communication channels.

Network Overview
This gives an overview of all the RP and DCU panels currently connected in the network.

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The Alarm List


The following is valid for the alarm list in the DCU and RP panels.

An acknowledged event is in normal text.

BACKGROUND COLORS
An alarm is displayed on a red background. An engine shutdown is displayed on a red background with a small STOP sign. A warning is displayed on a yellow background. A diagnostic message is displayed on a white background. An unacknowledged event that turned inactive before acknowledge, is displayed on a grey background. For instance, the coolant temperature may have been above the setpoint, and then dropped below the setpoint again before the operator acknowledged it.

SEVERITY NUMBER
The number in the leftmost column, preceding the alarm text, gives information about the severity of the event as follows. This is mostly as an aid to the colorblind, as the colors gives most of the information otherwise.

Number

Event

Background color w/ active active

0 1 2 3

Shutdown Alarm Warning Diagnostic

Red Red Yellow White

BOLD TEXT
An unacknowledged event is in bold text.

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SAMPLE EVENTS
See sample events with explanations in the alarm list below.

Alarm List 0: New active Shutdown 1: Acknowledged active Alarm 1: Unacknowledged inactive Alarm 2: New active Warning 2: Acknowledged active Warning 2: Unacknowledged inactive Warning 3: New White Diagnostic 3: Acknowledged White Diagnostic 3: Unacknowledged inactive Diagnostic

(bold text, red background, background, STOP sign) sign) (red background) (Bold red text, grey background) (bold text, yellow background) (yellow background) (bold yellow text, grey background) (bold text, white background) (white background) (bold black text, grey background)

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